1N34A - 

Standard Recovery Diode, 65 V, 50 mA, Single, 1 V, 500 mA

1N34A - Standard Recovery Diode, 65 V, 50 mA, Single, 1 V, 500 mA

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The 1N34A from Microsemi is an axial leaded germanium diode in DO-7 package. It features lower leakage current, high mechanical strength, optimized for radio frequency response hence can be used in AM, FM and TV-IF applications such as AM/FM detectors, ratio detectors, FM discriminators, TV audio detectors, RF input probes and TV video detectors.
  • Maximum repetitive reverse voltage Vrrm of 65V at IR=1mA
  • Non repetitive forward surge current IFSM of 500mA
  • Forward current If(AV) of 50mA
  • Maximum forward voltage VF of 1V
  • Operating temperature range from -55°C to 75°C


Power Management, Industrial, Portable Devices, Consumer Electronics

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MICROSEMI - 1N34A - STD RECOVERY, 50mA, 65V, DO-7 5 5 1 1
MICROSEMI - 1N34A - STD RECOVERY, 50mA, 65V, DO-7 Product of excellent quality. December 18, 2014
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when testing the 6 diodes just received, 2 have the typical .3 volt firing potential on the Fluke DMM diode test. The other 3 give a value of .58 volts which is characteristic of Silicon, not Germainum.
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